1624 Market St.
Denver, Colorado, 80202
Split Simple features fixed pricing. Basic package includes one 2 hour mediation session, document preparation fees and final document review session is $995 with children and $945 without children. Standard package includes two 2 hour mediation sessions, document preparation fees and final document review session is $1495 with children and $1245 without children. Premium package includes three 2 hour mediation sessions, document preparation fees and final document review session is $1495 with children and $1245 without children. All prices are per spouse.
About Split Simple
Split Simple provides divorce mediation services to couples who prefer a smarter, simpler, more cost effective alternative to a traditional litigated divorce. Our attorney-mediators service the Denver metropolitan area in Colorado and the Chicago metropolitan area in Illinois.
All Split Simple mediators are licensed attorneys with extensive experience handling family law matters. They can work with you and your spouse to resolve every aspect of your divorce, including:
- Alimony/spousal support
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Parenting plans
- Property division
When you choose divorce mediation with Split Simple, you and your spouse will work with one of our neutral third party attorney-mediators throughout the entire process. The mediator will help you arrive at solutions to all issues in dispute in an impartial way that ensures the agreement is fair and beneficial for both parties.
If you and your spouse have the desire and ability to work together amicably to resolve your divorce, then mediation may be the most effective option. Our Split Simple attorney-mediators can help you reduce the time and cost of the divorce process while allowing you to maintain control every step of the way. Ultimately, this is the ideal way to ensure both parties are satisfied with the final divorce agreement.
Areas of Practice
North Carolina 1996, Georgia 1999, Colorado 2003
Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section